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Fresh oysters at Peterson's If you want to rent a house call on E. J. Willits 127-tf E. S. Shook, jf .Tenstrike, was a visitor in the city yesterday. Fresh roasted peanuts and pop corn every evening at Peterson's. John Pacha, the well known Blackduck man, is in the city to day. Furnished rooms for rent over the Boyer building. Inquire upstairs. 54-tf Landlord McAllister was in the city from Farley yesterday afternoon. Short mill wood for sale. 2 per load, delivered. Crookston Lumber Company. 113-tf Paul Cowan, who owns a thirst parlor at Blackduck, was making the rounds in Bemidji yesterday. The Wheelock Employment agency sent a large crew of men to the Walker & Akeley camps near Kelliher last night. You are cordially invited to our elegant Oyster parlors for a rest and visit whether you wish to order anything or not. Peterson. Two ladies from Winterset, la., arrived in the city last night and will make a trip to the country north of Bemidji in search of timber claims. (jharles F. Brennan,the Crooks ton plumber, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Brennan has the contract for doing the plumbing in the Street block. Hot beef tea, chicken ~oth tomato bouillon and other pal atable and nourishing drinks served daily at the soda fountain or in the parlors. 3. Peterson, Jr. The Great Northern is to en large its .trackage capacity in this city. Spurs will be put in at several places. Most of the new track will go in in the vicin ity of the Crookston mill. S. W. Finley had an oyster stew at the Chinese restaurant last night and he'll never go there any more. There is a good story connected with the venture but Mr. Finley is best able to tell it. The thriving little village of Kelliher is growing so rapidly that the hotel accommodations of the townare unable to keep pace. Kelliher has several excellent ho tels, but visitors to that city are frequently unable to obtain ac commodations at any of them. Superintendent J. C. Howard and Assistant General Superin tendent Brown, of the Great Northern, visited the electric light plant on their recent visit to Bemidji and pronounce it one of the finest on the line of the Great Northern. DR. FOSTER DENTIST MILES BBICK BLOCK, BEMIDJI, MINN. The Berman Fancy groceries. Peterson. Chas. A. Gardner, of Kelliher, was in town last night. Nearly all the November maga zines are now in. Peterson. T. K. Lane, the well known Park .Rapids lumberman, is in town. Lowney's chocolate bon bons are the best. For sale only at Peterson's. H. G. Hays and County Attor ney Loud were at Tenstrike on business yesterday,^ A pretty face and a beautiful complexion always appear after using Mark's Sarsaparilla. A. Higgins was down from the camps near Akeley yesterday laying in a stock of supplies. Paul Lawrence, the Farlev res taurant man, was transacting business in Bemidji last night. A serious cutting affrayA big cut, a little cut, and all kinds of cuts cured by Mark's Car bolic Salve. Miss Agnes McCarthy, has been the guest of Blanche "Woodward for a returned to her home at S this morning. Judge Clark was at Cass Lake yesterday afternoon and com pleted proof on a timber claim of 160 acres which he recently bought from Uncle Sam. Wm. Lawhead, who is in the employ of the Crookston Lumber company as a timber inspector,is enjoying a vacation at present. He will resume his duties the first of the week. The Bemidji employment office has decorated the sidewalks be tween its place of business and the Great Northern depot with footprints done in white paint, which the general public looking for work is advised to follow. Leaders in Ladies and Children's Coats, Millinery and Ladies' Ready- to-wear Garments. Ne Line of Waists just received in Velvets, Silks, Vestings, Mohairs and Flannels. We handle the Warner Rust Proof Corsets also a tf New Line of Tailor-made Suits and Skirts in the latest tf designs. tf Our Line of Dress Skirts and Ladies' Furnishings tf is now complete. tf Always pleased to show goods whether yon want to tf buy or not. Examine our stock before purchasing. tf who Miss week Paul Manager Wheelock, oJ^theCity I Opera House is authority for .the statement that the paper for the "Old Jed Prouty" performance Monday night is the finest that has ever graced the boards in this city. Chief of Police Bailey.killed an other dog this morning which wras supposed to be mad. The animal was found in Dr. Mar curn's yard and as it gave indi cations of being off watch ihe ex ecution was deemed advisable. The waiting rooms and offices at the Great Northern depot are soon to be lighted by electricity. It will be a decided improvement over the present conditions. Negotiations which have been pending for some time have been brought to a satisfactory con clusion. The Great Northern passenger trains between Grand Forks and Crookston are said to carry more passengers in proportion to the territory they pass through than any train the road has. The day trains consist of three coaches and a diner and it is a rare oc curence to find a vacant seat in the train when it arrives in this city. We mix paints toorder. Jones 0 Win. Frazier is at Blackduck today. Edwin Roth, proprietor of the Daley restaurant, is ill. Jessie Freestone is at Cass Lake on business today. A. T. Wheelock was at Hovey Junction last night on business. For RentRestaurant at Blackduck. Apply R. A. Stanley. The Bemidji Employment office shipped1 twenty men to Akely today. 'Twill be better to take Mark's Lung Balsam than to wish you had. Dr. Henderson left this morn for St. Paul to spend the Sunday with his family. When you want something nice in fruit or confectionery you will come to Peterson's. Landlord Hannifan, of the Markham, has recently returned from a visit to friends at Wadena and Long Prairie. O'Leary & Bowser have a very neat display window and one of the finest stores between Duluth and Crookston. Martin Kanups, who is just re turning from a trip to North Dakota is in the city today on his way to Northome. The I. O. O.F. lodge had a very enjoyable meeting last night. Visitors from Grand Forks, Far go and Minneapolis were enter tained. Weet man's bowling alley is fast becoming oneof the most popular places of amusement in the city. In the near future several teams will be organized and there will be a series of matched games. The Modern Samaritans held their regular meeting at the Masonic hall last night and the session was one*of the most en joyable which tlie'order has ever had. The Samaritans are mak ing an extra effort to secure new members and already have sev eral candidates in sha^e for initiation. The General Rim... of people do not give, sufficient at tention to the quality of the jewelry they pur chase. At least not before the purchase. It is very necessary that they should do so at some stores. Eq amine our watches closely or buy them "on the run" and in either case everything will be satisfac- tory. Nothing will be found to cause disappoint- ment. Everything in this remark- ably well bal anced stock of Silverware Etc.... is of the kind and quali ty that please particular people. EH. BARKER 513 THIRD STREET Photographer Hakkerupwas at Blackduck on business yester day. The Messrs. Bacon and Brown were at Tenstrike on business today. The auditor of the Moose Brewing Company of Duluth is in town today. Mrs. James DufT, of Turtle River, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Reynolds. Mrs. P. Whitford is recovering nicely at St. Anthony's hospital from an attack of typhoid fever. There is a time for allj things, so it is said. Mark's Sarsaparilla is a. good blood purifier at any time and every time. The little daughter of James Sturdevandt, of Tenstiike, who has been quite ill of typhoid fever at St. Anthony's hospital, is con valescent. Mrs. Harris, of Northome, who has been under treatment at St. Anthony's hospital, is doing very nicely and will be able to return to her home soon. The equipment for L. J. Ma theny 's new billiard hall has ar rived and is being put in position today. The place will be open for business Monday. Archie McLane, who has boon in Bemidji for several days, re turned to Nebish today, where he iri the employ of the Thief River Lumber company. There are several bad jogs in the Irvine avenue sidewalk and a resident of that section of the city informs the Pioneer that broken noses have resulted. The dancing party given by the Hiawatha club last night" was a very successful affair. There were about twenty Couples pres ent and the program lasted until midnight. M. Phelan, who lias been un der treatment at St. Anthony's hospital for some time past for,a blood poisoned hand, has been discharged from the hospital and has returned to Blackduck. The Bemidji Steam Laundry has recently added some new machinerv to its equipment which makes its plant one of the best in this section. I is also making a big bid for business outside^the city and is meeting with very gratifying success. John Ripple, the Minnesota avenue saloon man, has a novel window display. I consists of large heads of cabbage raised on the farm of John Schmidt. Each of the vegetables weighs fourteen pounds. Mr. Ripple is also show ing some rutabagas raised on the same farm which average fifteen pounds. TO TRADE -Two teams, har ness, wagons and sleighs for cord wood. Wes Wright, City dray line. 158-tf Win Want Golamn Advertisement.* inserted under this heading for one cent a word each In sertion, advance no advertisement accepted tor less than fifteen cents FOR RENT 8-room house in good location, with pump and large wood shod. In fine con dition. Wes Wright. ISS-tf FOR SALE -Five quarter sec tions northeast of Blackduck, 300,000 pine, spruce and taiua rac, besides a vast quantity of hardwood such as birch, elm, etc. Soil is black loam, clay subsoil, very little swamp. Ap ply at Pioneer office or address C. W. Newbergi Crooks ton Minn. 158 tf FOR SAlJC"0l71iFXT Resi dence property 61?) Fourth street. Fred Westphah FOR. SALE Short mill wood. $2 per load, delivered.-Crookston Lumber Company. 114-tf FOR SALE-Two" thousand cords of 16-inch wood. Wes Wrighto 34tf FOR SALE- Pine, large wood heater, practically new. .Can be had cheap. Apply to Mrs. E. J. Achenbach. 154-tf FOR SALE-A good second hand piano, cheap. Inquire at this otlice. 1'5-l-tf FOR SALE Four room house and two lots in South Bemidji, ^L'TH. Part cash and balance oh time. Lang & Carter. 52-4 FOR SALE OR TRADK Store building at Nyiaore. Will con sider good city lots or farm property close to village in quire at Pioneer oilice. 11~ tl INSURE your buildings in the (iermania Insurance Co. of New York. Lang ^"Curtor, Agents. di26-w30-ti SITUATION WANTED As head sawyer, experienced in iitting up saw mill machinery. Apply at Pioneer office. STRAYED -One red cow, one spotted steer, one red steer. All have horns. A. Paquiri. Call at this office. WANTEDPurchasers for old papers. Ten cents.a hundred. Pioneer office. WANTEDTo fill your wants. Nothing does it like a Pioneer want ad. E W E LEY. Others claim they have the only jewelry in the city. OUR GOODS ARE STANDARD Rodgers' 1847- Knives and Forks $3.50 AL E. WINTER Leading Jeweler, next door to First Nutlouat Bank Announcement E are noiL located in our new store room the Swedback block. W are not quite settled yet, but will be pleased to have you call and inspect our new goods. It is our object to make our store the most complete grocery house in the city and anything not found on our shelves will be willingly obtained for you. Bemidji Mercantile CompLrvy Wanted to separate you from your cash by giving you the best values in Underwear and Hos iery. I. Meyer & Co. High Art Clothier.] GBEmmmmmasaBmmmHmm BERT I). KUCK A I E I'lutis ami Specification^! 'or All Kinds of Buikliiiir- Brick Block.*, Court Houses, Hotels. School Houses, Churches and Fine Residences CROOKSTON. MINNESOTA E J. Swedback All kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL Lime Oement Brick Lumber Lath Shingles Flooring Doors Mouldings Etc. Planing mill and saw mill in con nection. Out of town orders filled promptly. Opposite Great Northern Depot.